Covert Condos For Sale - Longboat Key

Address: 5210, 5211, 5230, 5231 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL 34228
# of units: 61
Year built: 1976-1977
Minimum lease: Varies
Square feet: 720-2,160 square feet
Beach or Bay: Bay or Beach

The areas in the Covert condo complex are Covert I, Covert II and Covert III. These condos have one, two or three bedrooms and measure between 720 and 2,160 square feet. Condo amenities may include water views and private patios. Amenities of the Covert complex include a heated swimming pool, beach access, a kayak launch and a fishing pier. Condo residents will find plenty of things to do in the area. Read more about Covert condos.

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Condos in Covert on Longboat Key

The Covert condos on the barrier island of Longboat Key approximately 12 miles from Sarasota are a great choice for people who want to live on the beach and enjoy the amenities of a large city. Longboat Key is between the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. 

Covert II condos are within walking distance of nature trails that wind through the wetlands at Joan M. Durante Park. Herons, egrets and gulls are some of the birds that visitors to the Quick Point Nature Preserve can see. The preserve is less than half a mile from the Covert condos.

The Bayfront Park Recreation Center is less than 2 miles from the Covert condos. The center has a ball field, a basketball court, picnic tables, a playground and tennis courts. Tennis players can also play at the Longboat Key Public Tennis Center.

Covert condo residents are close to stores and restaurants. They can buy groceries at Publix approximately 4 miles away. There are specialty stores and restaurants at The Centre Shops less than a quarter of a mile from the condos.

The shops and restaurants in downtown Sarasota are approximately 12 miles from Longboat Key. The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, the Sarasota Opera House and the Ringling Museum of Art are also in the downtown area. Visitors to downtown Sarasota who enjoy spending time outdoors can visit the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens and the Bayfront Gardens 

The beaches on Siesta Key approximately 18 miles from Longboat Key offer a variety of things to do. Those who want to just splash around in the ocean will enjoy the shallow water at Siesta Beach. People who are more adventurous can snorkel and dive at Crescent Beach.